The Divine Conspiracy, a book review

Disciples. Apprentices. Students. Learners.

Does that mean there is curriculum? A training manual?

In his book, The Divine Conspiracy, Dallas Willard asks such questions and suggests that a lack of understanding of Jesus as teacher is plaguing the church and culture today. It’s long and deep, and I’m just getting started, but I’m excited to hear a fresh and candid voice on discipleship. I also love that Willard takes his ideas and applies them in practical ways, i.e. if [this] is true, then how does this truth actually impact my day-to-day?

 

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